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SENTINEL® SILVER ART PREFABRICATED INSIDE CORNERS SKU: M504

SENTINEL® SILVER ART PREFABRICATED INSIDE CORNERS SKU: M504

SENTINEL® Inside and Outside Corners are manufactured from fiberglass reinforced 60 mil PVC membrane and intended to flash 90 degree outside and inside corners. Prefabricated corners are available in white, copper and silver color options.

Product Properties

  • Type Membrane Accessories

Installation

SENTINEL Inside and Outside Corners are installed to the membrane using a hot air welder. Refer to SOPREMA® specifications and installation instructions for additional application guidelines.

 

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